Reference(s) Found: 12

The Effect of Construal Level on Time Perceptions, Confidence in Judgements and Future Preferences

by Sonia Noemi Vilches-Montero and Mark T. Spence. Published in "European Journal of Marketing" in 2015.

High Construal Level Can Help Negotiators to Reach Integrative Agreements: The Role of Information Exchange and Judgement Accuracy

Research Paper by Stefanie Wening, Nina Keith, and Andrea Abele. Published in "British Journal of Social Psychology" in 2015.

Construing Creativity: The How and Why of Recognizing Creative Ideas

Research Paper by Cheryl Wakslak, Jennifer Mueller, and Viswanathan Krishnan. Published in "Journal of Experimental Social Psychology" in 2014.

What Happens Why? Psychological Distance and Focusing on Causes Versus Consequences of Events

Research Paper by Yaacov Trope, SoYon Rim, and Jochim Hansen. Published in "Journal of Personality and Social Psychology" in 2013.

How Do We Want Others to Decide?: Geographical Distance Influences Evaluations of Decision Makers

Research Paper by Cheryl Wakslak, Erin Burgoon, and Marlone Henderson. Published in "Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin" in 2013.

Why People with an Eye Toward the Future Are More Moral: The Role of Abstract Thinking  

Research Paper by Jens Agerstrom and Fredrik Bjorklund. Published in "Basic And Applied Social Psychology" in 2013.

Abstraction Increases Hypocrisy

Research Paper by Joris Lammers. Published in "Journal of Experimental Social Psychology" in 2012.

When Does Feeling Moral Actually Make You a Better Person? Conceptual Abstraction Moderates Whether past Moral Deeds Motivate Consistency or Compensatory Behavior

Research Paper by Johanna Peetz and Paul Conway. Published in "Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin" in 2012.

Construal Levels and Moral Judgment: Some Complications

Research Paper by Douglas Medin and Han Gong. Published in "Judgment and Decision Making" in 2012.

The Effect of Construal Level on Subjective Probability Estimates

Research Paper by Cheryl Wakslak and Yaacov Trope. Published in "Psychological Science" in 2009.